Journalism and Media Innovation - Strategy Presentation

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Knight Foundation's Michael Maness outlines the foundation's strategy for transforming journalism and media innovation, in a presentation at the Online News Association 2012 conference in San Francisco. Find out more at knightfoundation.org.

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Journalism and Media Innovation - Strategy Presentation

  1. 1. KNIGHT JOURNALISM& MEDIA INNOVATION @MICHAELMANESS
  2. 2. Knight Journalism and Media InnovationLegacy Media New Media Journalism Social Media Post-Institutional Scholarships Non-profit news Video Human Centered Design Web Production Skills Contextualization J-Schools Prof. Orgs Crowdsourcing Mobile Media Fluency Website creationEndowments Open Source Sustainability SaaS Sensor Networks Digital Understanding Hyperlocal Contests Curation Interactive Design Chairs Symposiums Web Tools We Media Media Literacy Apps Visualization Awards Multimedia Production Data Transparency Digital Storytelling Rewarded & Modeled & Embedding & Accelerating & Trained Experimented Field-building Disseminating Spontaneous Institutions Individuals Intersections Networks
  3. 3. WE ARE MOVINGFROM “FUNDING” : FINANCING FACILITATING FUTURIZING
  4. 4. TRANSFORMING ORGANIZATIONS TENT POLE CHALLENGE PROTOTYPE SCALENUMBER OF 4-6 1-2 30-40 70-80 10-15 GRANTS $ UP TO 8M 10-15 M 8M 4M 4MGRANT RANGE 1-4 M 5-15 M 150-300 K 5-50 K 250-500 K RISK OF LOW LOW/MEDIUM MEDIUM/HIGH VERY HIGH HIGH FAILURE IMPACT MODERNIZING ADDRESSING SOLUTIONS FOR OPEN GOVT SUSTAINABLE KEY ORGS LARGE FIELD EMERGING CITIZEN TOOLS AREAS FOR DEMOCRACY DEVELOPMENTS INNOVATIONS NEEDS INFO ECOSYSTEMS
  5. 5. SYSTEMIC INNOVATION NETWORK Adoption by Texas Tribune Northwestern Lab Executes USC Mobile Lab Research Design work in communities Columbia Mobile Research

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